Week ending 19th September

19th September 2021


Entrance next to Poundstretcher

Bus routes  11, 18, 19, 38, 48 stop outside

Routes 45, 47, 49 stop and Kings Norton Station 200m walk.


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In the last week  

We gave out 1,095kg of  food to 84 people and 38kg to other foodbanks or similar.

We received 1,573kg in donations.

Grateful thanks to those who organise street collections

for which we are very grateful.





Urgently Required:

Sugar 500g (not larger), chocolate and snack bars, potato smash, gender neutral shampoo, disposable razors, toilet rolls, washing up liquid (not family sized bottles), porridge, UHT semi skimmed milk, packet pot noodles, ready made custard(tinned or carton – not powder), strong carrier bags.



Lower in Stock:

Instant coffee (not decaffeinated), cereal, tinned fish (not tuna) ,   pasta sauces, tinned tomatoes, tinned rice pudding, long life fruit juice, Jam/Honey, crisps, laundry liquid/powder (not family sized), roll on deodorant, liquid or bar soap.


Not Required Currently:

Tinned meat (ham, corned beef, pork, pork sandwich, pulled pork or chicken, tinned fruit in juice (not prunes or grapefruit), UHT whole milk, squash, instant hot chocolate (not cocoa powder), baked beans, pasta shapes, dry spaghetti, tinned macaroni cheese, tinned spaghetti, tinned/packet soup, rice, tinned potatoes, tinned vegetables, tinned tuna, teabags (40’s or 80’s), biscuits, nappies all sizes, pet food, baby food and baby care items, gender neutral shower gel, sanitary pads, toothpaste, single or duo wrapped toothbrushes


Please do not donate:

Decaffeinated drinks or fruits infusions, Bottled water, Large bottles of lemonade or coke, Any foods containing alcohol, Cooking ingredients,  Fresh produce including vegetables, eggs and bread. Non-dairy items or gluten free items, Coffee beans, Large boxes of teabags (120’s or larger), Very large boxes of cereal or porridge, Loose tea ,Cocoa powder ,Tampons, Make up, hair accessories, perfume or after-shave.




Emergency food for people in crisis.

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